Monday, May 07, 2007


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

In Nicolas Sarkozy’s reach for France’s leadership, he frequently used the longtime slogan: “France: Love it or leave it.”

As in other European countries, there is concerted effort to push back Muslim intrusion by setting policies place. “These policies mainly aim to reassert the primacy of the home culture with language requirements, citizenship tests and tougher criteria for prospective immigrants,” per AP’s Jamey Keaten.

Islamic intrusion upon European cultures is turning Europeans into national identity sensitive citizens.

“In the Netherlands, a powerful nationalist movement sprang up around charismatic Pim Fortuyn and won a place in the coalition, only to fall apart after Mr. Fortuyn was assassinated in 2002. But his ideas live on in the citizenship tests and deportations of asylum-seekers, which are now Dutch policy.”

None of this is any too soon.
And America had better take warning, especially when Washington is advocating for 21,000 new immigrants from Muslim countries. Will they be screened adequately? Or will they be given the red carpet express as was done with 7000 Russian Muslims given houses, furniture, pensions, health coverage and US citizenship in a Philadelphia suburb?

Entire article here.

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